The artist Nick Gentry rehabilitates these memories of the past by giving them a new life in an unusual way by using canvas for monumental paintings.
In the exhibition Human Connection, at the Opera Gallery in London, he exhibits these gigantographies made on “floppy disk” and on fragments of CDs. The pieces are glued together with a resin that gives everything a compact effect. Pop art works to admire for the nostalgic old world.
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